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Nairobi-Masai Mara-Nairobi-Johannesburg-Cape Town-George-Knysna-Johannesburg
Thomson Falls,Masai Mara Game Reserve,Sun City,Cabanas Water Theme Park, Cape of Good Hope,Cape Point light house,Table Mountain,Stellenbosch,Oudtshoorn,Victoria Falls
Nairobi - Aberdares
Arrive in Nairobi - the capital of Kenya. Proceed to Aberdares. On arrival, enjoy the wildlife viewing
Aberdares - Lake Nakuru
Visit Thomson Falls. Cross the Equatorial Line. Arrive in Lake Nakuru. Visit Rhino Sanctuary and the National Park - famous for its flocks of Flamingos.
Lake Nakuru - Masai Mara
Drive through the Great Rift Valley. Arrive in Masai Mara. Enjoy Game Drive and the Masai Mara Game Reserve in the evening.
Enjoy morning and evening Game Drives, get ready for close encounter with the wildlife like Gazelles, Elephants, Warthogs,
Masai Mara - Nairobi
Proceed to Nairobi. Arrive in Nairobi. Orientation tour includes residential area, the Parliament Building and the National Museum
Nairobi - Johannesburg - Sun City
Flight to Johannesburg. On arrival, proceed to Gold Reef City, a replica of ancient Johannesburg. Visit Old houses Museum,
Sun City - Johannesburg - Cape Town
Enjoy Cabanas Water Theme Park and Speed Boat Ride. Proceed to Johannesburg. Arrive in Johannesburg. Flight to Cape Town. Arrive in Capetown.
Cape Town - Cape Peninsula - Cape Town
Orientation tour includes Historical Buildings, Cable Car Ride to Table Mountain (Subject to weather conditions) and the Victoria and Alfred waterfront
Cape Town - Stellenbosch - George
Visit Stellenbosch - City of Oaks famous for its Historic Buildings, University, Vineyards and the Old town with Dutch architecture. Arrive George in the evening
George - Oudtshoorn - George
Proceed to Oudtshoorn. Enjoy guided tour of the Cango caves, Cango Wildlife Ranch and the Ostrich Farm. Arrive George in the evening.
George - Knysna - Port Elizabeth - Johannesburg
Proceed to Knysna. On arrival, take a panoramic view of Knysna waterfront
area . Board the flight from Port Elizabeth to Johannesburg. Arrive in Johannesburg.
Johannesburg - Victoria Falls
Flight to Zimbabwe. On arrival, enjoy the Sundowner cruise on the Zambezi River
Victoria Falls - Johannesburg
In the morning visit magnificent Victoria Falls - the world's largest waterfall and stroll around the fall. Flight to Johannesburg. Arrive Johannesburg in the evening. Visit the famous Nelson Mandela Square
Departure from Johannesburg
Board the flight for your home town. Tour Concludes
STAY AS PER THE ITINERARY.
BREAKFAST AT HOTEL
SIGHTSEEING AS PER THE ITINERARY ON SEAT IN COACH BASIS.
ENTRANCE FEE AS IF ANY AS PER THE ITINERARY
RETURN AIRPORT TRANSFERS
LUNCH & DINNER
GST 0F 3.09% TAX ON TOTAL
The following table provides approximate driving distances between selected cities. Kilometres in the lower left of the table, miles in the upper right.
913 Sun City
975 Kruger Park
1037 East London
651 Port Elizabeth
472 Mossel Bay
31 Cape Town
South Africa is a year-round destination with an ideal climate: summers are hot and the winters, for the most part, absurdly mild.
The size of the country and the substantial variations in altitude mean that climatic conditions vary throughout.
In the Johannesburg area, 2000m above sea level, summers are hot with showers, and the winters dry and chilly. Along the subtropical Kwa-Zulu Natal coast, summers are hot and humid with mild winters. Cape Town has a Mediterranean climate with rainfall during the winter and long, mellow summer days.
BY AIR :- flying is a safe and reliable way to cover South Africa's long distances.
BY TRAIN :- South Africa has a functional though idiosyncratic national rail service that covers all the expected routes between major cities. There is no underground or tram system operating in any South African city.
BY BUS :- South Africa's major coach companies Greyhound, Intercape and Translux offer reliable and affordable intercity transport. Note that South Africa's size makes for long journeys - e.g. 20hrs between Cape Town and Johannesburg.
BY CAR :- Driving is a good option given the long distances between major cities. The road conditions in South Africa are generally very good. Be aware that many rural roads are not fenced off so animals can stray freely run into the road. It is obviously best to avoid such roads at night. Although petrol prices have risen sharply over the last few years, fuel is still relatively cheap by European standards. Car rental companies operate in all major cities, airports and at the Kruger National Park. Car rental can be expensive and it is best to pre-book with a travel agent before departure. All the major rental companies are represented within major cities and international airports in the country